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There should be a config option to disable this feature on a site per site basis, just like there is an option to enable LaTeX.

Websites where it's useful to have it disabled:

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We do disable this on all per-site metas.

However, it's intentionally displayed and will remain in place on all main sites. This site, while technically a meta, is still considered a main site for historical reasons.

(We are also considering replacing "accept rate" with a broader "citizenship rate")

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Are you envisioning a "citizenship rate" that incorporates a number of factors in addition to the accept rate? – Chris Frederick Sep 2 '11 at 0:32
indeed we are doing so – Jeff Atwood Sep 2 '11 at 0:38

Agree. Meanwhile, you can try hiding it with CSS for

div.accept-rate { display: none; }
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@Arjan: display: none does the same thing as visibility: hidden, except the space used up by the element is reclaimed. – Gelatin Sep 14 '10 at 21:55
@Simon, true, but the original post just showed div.accept-rate { }. Thanks for explaining anyhow! I've removed my first comment, it might make more people wonder why it was upvoted. :-) – Arjan Sep 15 '10 at 5:06
@Kop, thanks for filling the gap. I should've offered a more complete answer :P – o.k.w Sep 15 '10 at 13:24

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